Happy 2014 to all my academic writing (#AcWri) friends! With the start of a new year, and academic semester comes a number of goals for writing and publishing. My short list of writing goals is ready … but I will share that later.
For many, you might be supporting other scholars through peer review and editing (like me!). It is my pleasure to present the Learning and Performance Quarterly (LPQ), Volume 2, Issue 2 for you and our readers as we enter our third year of publication:
“January is a common time for New Year’s resolutions centered on growth and transformation. The articles included in our January volume of The Learning and Performance Quarterly (LPQ) align with this spirit of change as they focus on the evolution of online learning, virtual communities and the effectiveness of the learning organization (Zimmerman et al., 2014, p. 1)”
On behalf of our editors and contributing authors, I invite you to review the LPQ 2(2) Table of Contents and abstracts here, and then visit our website to read the articles and items of interest.
Learning and Performance Quarterly
Vol 2, No 2 (2014)
Table of Contents
Expanding the Boundaries of Learning and Performance (1)
Tekeisha D. Zimmerman, Laura A. Pasquini, Jeff M. Allen
In Search of Ideal Relationships between Learning and Performance: Lessons
Learned from Balancing Two Identities (2-10)
Seung Won Yoon
Internet and Society: A Hybrid Honors Course (11-27)
Mitzi E. Lewis, Mark Farris
Social Informatics and Virtual Communities: A Literature Review (28-36)
Andrew Jordan Miller
Investigating the Research Trends of Learning Organization Studies between
1979 and 2011: An Approach of the Citation Network Research (37-63)
Ji Hoon Song, Cho Hyun Park, I-Pang Fu
Do you have goals to research, write, and publish in 2014? Our call for proposals is OPEN! Submit your manuscript to the journal TODAY!
You can review the previous article submissions in the LPQ Archives. We are seeking manuscript submissions for the following categories:
- Research Articles – Qualitative/Quantitative
- Concept/Theory Papers
- Literature Reviews
- Case Studies
- Book or Media Reviews
- Invited Articles
If you have any questions about your potential article or would like to join our editorial team (peer-reviewing, copy editing, layout, etc.) please contact the Learning and Performance Quarterly Editors.
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